  Google added 6 new Math Solver Problem Types in Rich Results to its support documentation.

•  Arithmetic
• Eigenvalue
• Eigenvector
• Limit
• Statistics
• System of equations

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Now, There are total of 49 problem support types in math problem solver markup.

Here is the full list mentioned below by Google:

Example problem types (this isn’t an exhaustive list)
`Absolute Value Equation` Absolute value equations. For example: |x – 5| = 9
`Algebra` A generic problem type that can be placed with other problem type. For example: polynomial equations, exponential equations, and radical expressions.
`Arc Length` Arc length problems. For example: Determine the length of x = 4 (3 + y)^2, 1 < y < 4.
`Arithmetic` Arithmetic problems. For example: Find the sum of 5 + 7.
`Biquadratic Equation` Biquadratic equations. For example: x^4 – x^2 – 2 = 0.
`Calculus` A generic problem type that can be placed with other problem types. For example: integrals, derivatives, and differential equations.
`Characteristic Polynomial` Find the characteristic polynomial of {{1,2,5}, {3,-1,1}, {1,2,3}}.
`Circle` Circle related problems. For example: Find the radius of x^2 + y^2 = 3.
`Derivative` Derivative of 5x^4 + 2x^3 + 4x – 2.
`Differential Equation` Differential equation problems. For example: y+dy/dx=5x.
`Distance` Distance problems. For example: Find the distance between (6,-1) and (-3,2).
`Eigenvalue` Eigenvalue problems. For example: Find the eigenvalues for the matrix [[-6, 3], [4, 5]].
`Eigenvector` Eigenvector problems. For example: Find the eigenvector for the matrix [[-6, 3], [4, 5]] with eigenvalues of [-7, 6].
`Ellipse` Ellipse problems. For example: Find the x and y intercepts of 9x^2 + 4y^2 = 36.
`Exponential Equation` Exponential equations. For example: 7^x = 9.
`Function` Polynomial simplifications. For example: (x-5)^2 * (x+5)^2.
`Function Composition` f(g(x)) when f(x)=x^2-2x, g(x)=2x-2
`Geometry` A generic problem type that can be placed with other problem types. For example: circle, ellipse, parabola, slope.
`Hyperbola` Hyperbola problems. For example: Find the x-intercept of (x^2)/4 – (y^2)/5 = 1.
`Inflection Point` Find the inflection point of f(x) = 1/2x^4 +x^3 – 6x^2.
`Integral` Integral of sqrt (x^2 – y^2).
`Intercept` Line intercept problems. For example: Find the x-intercept of the line y = 10x – 5.
`Limit` Limit problems. For example: Find the limit of x as x approaches 1 for (x^2-1)/(x-1).
`Line Equation` Line equation problems. For example: Find the equation of a line with points (-7,-4) and (-2,-6).
`Linear Algebra` A generic problem type that can be placed with other problem types. For example: matrix and characteristic polynomial.
`Linear Equation` Linear equations. For example: 4x – 3 = 2x + 9.
`Linear Inequality` Linear inequalities. For example: 5x – 6 > 3x – 8.
`Logarithmic Equation` Logarithmic equations. For example: log(x) = log(100).
`Logarithmic Inequality` Logarithmic inequalities. For example: log(x) > log(100).
`Matrix` {{1,2,5}, {3,-1,1}, {1,2,3}} row reduce
`Midpoint` Midpoint problems. For example: find the midpoint between (-3, 7) and (5, -2).
`Parabola` Parabola problems. For example: Find the vertex of y2 – 4x – 4y = 0.
`Parallel` Parallel line problems. For example: Are the two lines parallel (y = 10x + 5, y = 20x + 10)?
`Perpendicular` Perpendicular problems. For example: Are the two lines perpendicular (y = 10x + 5, y = 20x + 10)?
`Polynomial Equation` Polynomial equations. For example: x^5 – 3x = 0.
`Polynomial Expression` Polynomial expressions. For example: (x – 5)^4 * (x + 5)^2.
`Polynomial Inequality` Polynomial inequalities. For example: x^4 – x^2 – 6 > x^3 – 3x^2.
`Quadratic Equation` Quadratic equations. For example: x^2 – 3x – 4 = 0.
`Quadratic Expression` Quadratic expressions. For example: x^2 – 3x – 2.
`Quadratic Inequality` Quadratic inequalities. For example: x^2 – x – 6 > x^2 – 3x.
`Radical Equation` Radical equations. For example: sqrt(x) – x = 0.
`Radical Inequality` Radical inequalities. For example: sqrt(x) – x > 0.
`Rational Equation` Rational equations. For example: 5/(x – 3) = 2/(x – 1).
`Rational Expression` Rational expressions. For example: 1/(x^3 + 4x^2 + 5x + 2).
`Rational Inequality` Rational inequalities. For example: 5/(x – 3) > 2/(x – 1).
`Slope` Slope problems. For example: Find the slope of y = 10x + 5.
`Statistics` Statistics problems. For example: Find the mean of a set of numbers (3, 8, 2, 10).
`System of Equations` System of equations problems. For example: Solve 2x + 5y = 16 and 3x – 5y = – 1.
`Trigonometry` Solve sin(t) + cos(t) = 1.

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